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February 02, 2014, 11:41:45 PM
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That is a scam in the post above don't click on it! Be warned!
What is there to click on? Fail.

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No mods removed the post I wasn't going to quote it.

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February 02, 2014, 11:46:25 PM
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I haven't been following this thread for long time.
Can you please explain me how sell account function work? Will I receive payment instantly after signing message?
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February 03, 2014, 02:09:21 AM
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I haven't been following this thread for long time.
Can you please explain me how sell account function work? Will I receive payment instantly after signing message?
At the top of this page or the last, "if this post is enough to start a new page" he posted about the new sell account option.
Please try reading before you post.
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February 03, 2014, 07:36:45 PM
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Are you laughing at US?

Total deposited amount:    1.0 BTC
Account value: 0.0436 Sell account

It doesnt fucking matter what price it was when I made a deposit, the truth is that I should have had RIGHT NOW $900 if I left that Bitcoin in my wallet. Poor people who got scammed more than +1BTC...

You're going to have problems with this pyramidscam...  Roll Eyes

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February 03, 2014, 08:26:38 PM
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Are you laughing at US?

Total deposited amount:    1.0 BTC
Account value: 0.0436 Sell account

It doesnt fucking matter what price it was when I made a deposit, the truth is that I should have had RIGHT NOW $900 if I left that Bitcoin in my wallet. Poor people who got scammed more than +1BTC...

You do know that bitcoin can act as a currency and a way to transfer wealth, pyramining used it as the latter, and clearly stated so the only people laughing, is at you, for not reading before sending money. So clearly this isn't a scam, just people not understanding how to play the game and make the most from their earnings.

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February 03, 2014, 08:41:52 PM
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Can I reverse the most recent deposit I made that has now been pending/on standby and in the Q for months now?

I deposited an additional very small amount in Bitcoin, (though nothing like the value of Btc when I made my first deposits that are only around 8% complete). It looks like as this has been the level of completion for a very long time the queue for new deposits may be growing, and also taking a very long, well beyond what I calculated from the start. Since it is only queued and not actually in the pyramining itself can you (PYRAMINING) return it to me?

I agree with a previous post, there should be that option, and at least at market price when I deposited it, would seem fair, on Q deposits.

Looking forward to you also bringing the hashrate up so that i'm not at death's door before completion.
   
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February 03, 2014, 10:07:11 PM
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Are you laughing at US?

Total deposited amount:    1.0 BTC
Account value: 0.0436 Sell account

It doesnt fucking matter what price it was when I made a deposit, the truth is that I should have had RIGHT NOW $900 if I left that Bitcoin in my wallet. Poor people who got scammed more than +1BTC...

You're going to have problems with this pyramidscam...  Roll Eyes

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Someone hasn't been reading the last few posts...

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February 04, 2014, 01:52:18 AM
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Can I reverse the most recent deposit I made that has now been pending/on standby and in the Q for months now?

Actually is it possible to sell the whole account, because things would not change for sponsor/referrals. Selling only one deposit is a bit more complicated but I may try to think if there is a way to do it without disrupting things. If it's on the recent queue and you choose the "sell" option, the account value should ben very close to the amount sent.
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February 04, 2014, 04:18:47 PM
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Can I reverse the most recent deposit I made that has now been pending/on standby and in the Q for months now?

Actually is it possible to sell the whole account, because things would not change for sponsor/referrals. Selling only one deposit is a bit more complicated but I may try to think if there is a way to do it without disrupting things. If it's on the recent queue and you choose the "sell" option, the account value should ben very close to the amount sent.

i cant sell my account, says invalid signature. Could you give me an exampleof how to do it well?

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February 04, 2014, 04:27:22 PM
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Are you laughing at US?

Total deposited amount:    1.0 BTC
Account value: 0.0436 Sell account

It doesnt fucking matter what price it was when I made a deposit, the truth is that I should have had RIGHT NOW $900 if I left that Bitcoin in my wallet. Poor people who got scammed more than +1BTC...

You're going to have problems with this pyramidscam...  Roll Eyes

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Have a butthurt? Now look at my acc:

Bad, isn't it? I've invested 200 BTC, but value of my account is just above $500.

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February 04, 2014, 05:28:35 PM
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Have a butthurt? Now look at my acc:

Bad, isn't it? I've invested 200 BTC, but value of my account is just above $500.

It is good to remind people not to put all eggs in one basket.

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February 04, 2014, 09:25:05 PM
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Bad, isn't it? I've invested 200 BTC, but value of my account is just above $500.

How much was the value of those 200BTC when you invested them? And how much was the value of the over 50 bitcoins when you received them? Add those $500. Are you still losing money?

If you think $500 is too little, just don't sell it and wait for the bitcoins to be mined.
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February 04, 2014, 09:27:30 PM
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i cant sell my account, says invalid signature. Could you give me an exampleof how to do it well?

Use the function for signing messages in your wallet. Insert your payout address (it must be an address generated by your wallet - you need to own the private key), copy and paste the message into the message area, it must be as is, without leading or trailing spaces, and then sign the message. Copy and paste the resulting signature. If you still have problems, do the same procedure and paste the signature in a PM, I will manually check it.
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February 05, 2014, 02:29:01 PM
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I just added the option to sell the account and quit. The value is calculated on the bitcoin value at the deposit time, taking into consideration exchange/bank/management fees, payouts already made and the current bitcoin value. The option is located on the right column in the account profile. The sale is final and can not be reverted.

Beware that I have to process manually the sales, so the payout is not real time. Requests will be however processed at best effort, as soon as possible.

In the next days I will think about a procedure to change the payout address using signatures so you will also be able trade your account with third parties autonomously.

thanks for this. now I can go buy some laptops and mine maxcoins.

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February 06, 2014, 01:38:40 PM
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I sent 1 BTC on 26/6/2013, and when I try to log in it asks me for deposit address, which I don't remember. Is there any way to log in and recover the BTC? I also searched on my inbox but there are no old messages from Pyraming. Thanks for any info.
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February 06, 2014, 04:49:51 PM
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I sent 1 BTC on 26/6/2013, and when I try to log in it asks me for deposit address, which I don't remember. Is there any way to log in and recover the BTC? I also searched on my inbox but there are no old messages from Pyraming. Thanks for any info.
Look in your transaction history. Or look at blockexplorer.com or blockchain.info and pull up your btc addresses history and look for the one that matches the date and amount of your pyramining deposit.
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February 06, 2014, 07:15:05 PM
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I enter my address to sign message (my payout address) & I_sell_account_XXX_for_0.4125_BTC

And I get invalid signature?

Help

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February 06, 2014, 08:11:51 PM
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How much was the value of those 200BTC when you invested them? And how much was the value of the over 50 bitcoins when you received them? Add those $500. Are you still losing money?

Yes. People, don't fall victim to this frauds bull reasoning. I don't care about the fiat value of my bitcoins then. The bitcoins were not sold to you, they were lent to you with the knowledge that they were most likely going to increase in value. Your job was to buy enough bloody mining equipment to keep up with the rise of difficulty. But you have failed, you've failed so hard that a bloody USB miner can accomplish your investment tenfold. I didn't invest a lot, but many people did. Pyramining. you're a loser, and a pathetic failure. And a fraud.

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February 06, 2014, 09:39:21 PM
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How much was the value of those 200BTC when you invested them? And how much was the value of the over 50 bitcoins when you received them? Add those $500. Are you still losing money?

Yes. People, don't fall victim to this frauds bull reasoning. I don't care about the fiat value of my bitcoins then. The bitcoins were not sold to you, they were lent to you with the knowledge that they were most likely going to increase in value. Your job was to buy enough bloody mining equipment to keep up with the rise of difficulty. But you have failed, you've failed so hard that a bloody USB miner can accomplish your investment tenfold. I didn't invest a lot, but many people did. Pyramining. you're a loser, and a pathetic failure. And a fraud.

NO.
You invested your btc knowing that he would convert to fiat to purchase new hardware. The difficulty rise is something you as an informed investor should have been aware of.

He is coming out of his own pocket to buy back accounts from those of who were not well informed and were blinded by $ signs looking to get rich quick and retire off of btc.

Considering that he converts btc to fiat on deposit and has purchased more hardware than the deposits would have allowed. He is under no obligation to buy back accounts. The fact that he is offering this option signifies that this is the farthest thing from a scam.

Yes, if you had held onto your btc you would have more USD value than mining. That has been the reality for sometime now. Your angry that you made a bad investment and your spitting on pyra instead of realizing that you fucked up. Its not pyras fault that you invested your life savings hoping to become a billionaire off someone else's hard work.
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February 07, 2014, 12:12:24 AM
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How much was the value of those 200BTC when you invested them? And how much was the value of the over 50 bitcoins when you received them? Add those $500. Are you still losing money?

Yes. People, don't fall victim to this frauds bull reasoning. I don't care about the fiat value of my bitcoins then. The bitcoins were not sold to you, they were lent to you with the knowledge that they were most likely going to increase in value. Your job was to buy enough bloody mining equipment to keep up with the rise of difficulty. But you have failed, you've failed so hard that a bloody USB miner can accomplish your investment tenfold. I didn't invest a lot, but many people did. Pyramining. you're a loser, and a pathetic failure. And a fraud.

NO.
You invested your btc knowing that he would convert to fiat to purchase new hardware. The difficulty rise is something you as an informed investor should have been aware of.

He is coming out of his own pocket to buy back accounts from those of who were not well informed and were blinded by $ signs looking to get rich quick and retire off of btc.

Considering that he converts btc to fiat on deposit and has purchased more hardware than the deposits would have allowed. He is under no obligation to buy back accounts. The fact that he is offering this option signifies that this is the farthest thing from a scam.

Yes, if you had held onto your btc you would have more USD value than mining. That has been the reality for sometime now. Your angry that you made a bad investment and your spitting on pyra instead of realizing that you fucked up. Its not pyras fault that you invested your life savings hoping to become a billionaire off someone else's hard work.


Well said, sir.  These idiots screaming 'scam' because they truly didn't understand what they were doing are becoming really tiresome.  I'll be the first to admit I have trouble getting my head around some of the more technical aspects of Bitcoin, but given that I am aware of that fact, I factor it into my risk-taking decisions. 
Certainly, Pyramining hasn't worked out as we would have hoped.  I don't think many people could have foreseen the enormous leaps in difficulty and notoriously patchy development and delivery of new hardware.  That, coupled with the unique reward system of Pyramining have conspired to currently make it unviable.

Pyramining has, to my knowledge, been fair and is doing his best to remedy the situation.  This has been kicked down the road a little, which is frustrating, but he's not the only mining outfit to have been let down by hardware supply.  And as the previous poster pointed out, do you really think a scam artist would refund even part of your deposit?
Frankly, I think the guy deserves a medal for putting up with some of the crap here and still having the integrity to try and rectify the current situation.  I'm sure it would be very easy for him to simply shut up shop and walk away.  I know I wouldn't be too keen to come here every day to a barrage of insult and insinuation.
My only request would be for more updates, even if only to say things are going ahead but no progress to report today.

And if you have any better ideas, let's hear them.
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